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Welcome to the soundRunner Racing Club. We are the Elite Running Club in Connecticut competing in statewide, regional and national level races. We have runners ranging in abilities, including US Olympic Trial Qualifiers. Click Above to learn more about us.

Name:  Neal Leibowitz

Current Hometown: South Windsor

Family members we might see at a race: Brenda (spouse)

Current Employment: Liberty Mutual

Current running interest: Marathoning

Favorite race: Manchester Road Race

Race you have done the most times: Manchester Road Race

High School/College running programs: E.O. Smith High School

Hobbies: Board Gaming

A favorite quote:  It’s not enough to set one world record, you have to set it twice to prove you can beat yourself (Alberto Salazar)

What you listen to on a road trip: SeriusXM Coffee House

Something that makes you weird: I spent my college days doing plyometrics almost everyday until I could jam a basketball

Youthful PRs: 5k 16:50

Open PRs: 5K 17:30, MRR 28:03, Marathon 3:02

Masters PRs: 5K 17:40, MRR 28:15, Marathon 2:58

Grandmasters PRs: 5K 18:23 MRR 31:40

Neal Leibowitz

Name: Rob Weston
Current Hometown: Meriden, CT
Family members we might see at a race: Mom, Bro, Dog
Current Employment: Middletown BOE/ Fast Track Timing

Current running interest: Road and track. 5k and up
Favorite race: Middletown Half or 10 Mile or 4 Mile or whatever they decide to call it next
Race you have done the most times: Citizens Bank 5k, Middletown
High School/College running programs: Middletown High/ Central Connecticut State
Hobbies: Racing my extensive collection of sport and luxury cars on the world’s finest circuits.
A favorite quote: “To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is
research.”
What you listen to on a road trip: Comedy/ Sports/ Indie
Something that makes you weird: I chose to be a distance runner and not a basketball player or
a wide receiver or a quarterback or a volleyball player or pretty much any other sport more
lucrative and better suited for a six and a half ft. dude!
Youthful PRs: Ran like 8:00 for the mile in 8th grade
Open PRs: Mile: 4:17, 5k: 15:39, 10k: 33:16, Half: 1:15:30, Marathon: 2:36:45
Masters PRs: Very Slow I’m sure
Grandmasters PRs: Nonexistence

Rob Weston